“We cannot afford to stagnate,” said Clare Jackson, Chief Executive of Hydrogen UK, opening the 19th annual UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference hosted by Climate Change Solutions (CCS) at the National Conference Centre (NCC) in Solihull today (March 7).
Under the theme of Fuelling the future Now, a keynote session kicked off the day, with the Hydrogen UK boss, highlighting the UK’s potential to become a leader in hydrogen, however warned that, “the world is catching up,” adding that the industry cannot afford to stagnate.
“Not only can we deliver clean, affordable, secure energy for our industries, businesses, and consumers, but we can revitalise our economy,” Jackson said. “The people in the room here today are the ones trying to pull off this challenge.”
The UK’s Hydrogen Champion, Jane Toogood, Sector Chief Executive at Johnson Matthey told attendees that the UK has not lost its hydrogen advantage, however said, it needs to move.
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